Has anyone found a fix for the problem with touchscreen not lifting the pointer yet for 10.10???
Toshiba A205-S5859 (9.04 x64) , Averatec 1020 (Windows XP) , Homebuilt Desktop (9.04 x64 and Windows XP Dual Boot)
Adding a ppa for xorg-edgers works for me.
Run the Ubuntu update utility and make sure you deselect all of the video packages or it will blow up your hard work getting the psb drivers to work.Code:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa
My only problem now is that I don't know how to calibrate the touchscreen. I downloaded a utility called xinput_calibrator, but it doesn't seem to work. Any thoughts?
I am new to this world of Linux. I would be lying if I said that I knew how to do any of this. Where doI go exactly to make these changes to get my rotation button working? Also, is there a way to get wifi working without having to open a terminal and type sudo rfkill unblock all each time I turn on the machine?
After following this thread, everything seems to work ok, except for the external video seems to no longer work... is there something I am missing or was disabled by one of the other settings?
(From here: http://setupguides.blogspot.com/2010...untu-1010.html)Code:#!/bin/sh # calibrates touchscreen for each X session xinput set-int-prop 9 "Evdev Axis Calibration" 32 300 7900 400 7800
Note that the 9 might be different; use the ID from the first "IDEACOM IDC 6680" device displayed after doing: